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. thanks so much for joining us on this thursday, the 24th of march. i'm sydnie kohara. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 4:30. and as sidney just said, we are going to get hit again, 13 straight days of rain -- or 12 straight days of rain and this next storm is a doozy. >> this i a doozy. we haven't had much of a break from the last one. we are talking about all that rain. urban and small stream flood advisories this morning, expecting creeks and rivers to rise in a hurry as the storm system moves on. wind advisory going into effect, expecting gusts to 45 miles an hour. you can see some downed power lines and trees. here it is. it's just about to move onshore. if you can get out right now and get to work, it's time to do it. but look at this green wall of rain that's about to move onshore. that's going to pick up throughout the morning hours. i think the brunt of this comes through in the morning. the heaviest amounts of rainfall and then we'll start to taper off to showers heading in toward the afternoon. but before then, we could see as much as 3" of rain in some of the wettes
to check in with miss elizabeth. i'm getting used to doing it down here with you. >> i'm going to have to borrow some. your enthusiasm julie. i hardly brushed my hair, it's all over the place. here's the bay bridge toll plaza. there is a little roadwork still on the upper deck from the incline all the way out towards the "s" curve. so two lanes are blocked until 5 a.m. a stall in oakland southbound 880 approaching oak street. so we'll have more details on that show you where else we're seeing delays. it's all coming up in a little bit. back to you guys. >> we'll get a coffee your way, elizabeth. >> excellent. >> great. >>> in just about 90 minutes, a federal hearing begins in the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion. top pg&e executives are expected to be grilled during the three-day hearing. about 20 expert witnesses will testify, as well. an ntsb spokesman said thousands of pages of documents related to the investigation will be released today. last september's explosion killed 8 people and destroyed 38 homes in san bruno. >>> another big hearing today involves former giants slugger b
a bomb in court. the damaging details she is expected to reveal today about his steroid use. >>> rebel forces in libya move in on qaddafi's hometown as president obama prepares to give a major speech tonight the controversy over america's next move. >>> and good morning, everyone. it is monday, march 28. i'm sydnie kohara. >> happy monday, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. time now is 4:30. and, you know, we thought we would bring the whole gang together. >> everything old is new again. we're back on the old set -- the evening show set so this is our new home, old home, new home. and everybody is here! this is great. so good to see everyone. >> keeping people on their toes this morning albright eyed and bushy tailed, right, elizabeth. >> right. [ laughter ] >> she had a busy weekend. >> i went to bed a little late last night. >> were you partying on the weekend? [ laughter ] >> going to be some great traffic today. >> are we doing traffic first? let's talk about traffic. let's go toward the bay bridge? no, we're not. we're doing weather first. >> give you a break. i'll take over weather
night at uc- berkeley. anne makovec joins us now from the campus where actually 17 people were arrested last night. anne, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. three out of the 17 people arrested are still in jail this morning. we know that all of the 17 were accused of trespassing. and some of them were also accused of resisting officers' orders. here was the scene last night of a mostly peaceful protest at the campus. it is all part of a national day of action protesting the increasing cost of a college education. hundreds of people gathering outside of wheeler hall here at uc-berkeley. and then they moved inside wheeler hall at about 9:30 last night sheriff's officers and campus police warned them that the building was going to be closing in a half hour and then at 10 p.m., they came in and arrested the 17 people who refused to leave. overall, though, the demonstrations were described as nonviolent but impassioned. >> the governor is trying to cut away the future of public education for millions of students in california. >> reporter: and there were protests going on yesterday as
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